Defrag Tools: #57 - New Job, New Systems, 2 Questions and 2 Crashes

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    Magic​Andre1981

    don't RAID0 2 SSDs. The access time goes down and this is the important improvement over traditional HDDs.

    Also only the very newest Intel boards support TRIM in RAID mode!

    [06:08] - Symbolic Link - mklink /d Link Target

    use this tool, which his easier:

    http://bitsum.com/junctionmaster.php

     

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    s3curity​Consult

    Congrats Andrew... You deserve it... I hope you will still help out your viewers if we send you our crashes as well. 

    MagicAndre...I always appreciate when you suggest your tools, you seem to find good ones.  If you have anymore suggestions for great tools like WSCC and junction master, please post a comment with a few tools suggestions...thanks

     

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    Ytterbium

    What's the Pro/Cons of configuring prodump vs the reg tweeks for saving dumps?

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    Magic​Andre1981

    @s3curityConsult

    I'll do this.

    @Ytterbium

     

    you have a better flexibility with WER. You can configure this per application and generate small dumps by default but full dumps of only 1 program you are interested. You can also put the dumps into different folders.

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    JohnLudlow

    Was there something weird with the microphones? Every time Andrew spoke, there was a bunch of background noise (like he was stood next to a noisy air conditioner) and then he dropped out every time someone else spoke.

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    Magic​Andre1981

    @JohnLudlow:

    look at the text between the [] under the description Wink

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    JohnLudlow

    Ah probably should have looked at that first.  Thanks!

    And well done Kaitlin

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    Ytterbium

    @MagicAndre19​81

    I set Procdump as per Andrews instructions before, you can point it to whatever folder you want.  I guess you can configure different dumps with procdump?

    I guess a dump is as dump.

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    Magic​Andre1981

    @Ytterbium:

     

    WER can be configured per application, AeDebug only globally or all.

    With WER I can configure Windows to create minis for all and full for some selected applications.

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    Ronald

    What's the meaning of "Unloaded" : does it mean that the dll is no more mapped into the process' address space ? If so how does Windbg knows what dll was there in the past ?

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    rallymax

    @JohnLudlow:

    yeah... it sounds like his mic was dead and he was being heard from Chad or Larry's.

     

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    windev

    Correct, the DLL is no longer mapped in to the process VA Space. The kernel keeps a record of the modules ever loaded, and the dump is written with this metadata. .dumpdebug will show you the record in the dump metadata streams.

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    S3curityPlu5

    My machines have 16gb of ram so I cannot choose complete memory dump correct?  I remember reading somewhere that if you have more than 4 gb of ram than you can not choose complete memory dump, is this still true for win8 and win8.1?  Another problem, I have noticed is that windows 8.1 and server2012 r2 do not allow you to upgrade and keep your applications, I know that this is not your guys domain, but it is annoying, I am working on a way to allow it to keep my programs installed since I cannot get access to my Adobe desktop apps anymore since the creative cloud garbage has taken over, i dont want to lose my master collection.

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    Magic​Andre1981

    @S3curityPlu5:

    http://www.osronline.com/article.cfm?article=545

    Use the registry to change the dump type to complete.

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